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  • Wethersfield Names New Library Director

    WETHERSFIELD — The library board has chosen a successor to Director Laurel Goodgion, who retired at the end of June. Brook Berry, manager of information and circulation services for the New York Public Library's Mid-Manhattan Branch, will take over...
  • Get the facts on hurricane readiness at Mount Dora program

    Get the facts on hurricane readiness at Mount Dora program
    MOUNT DORA — With hurricane season upon us, the W.T. Bland Public Library is putting on a hurricane-preparedness program at 6:30 p.m. July 22 to provide tips on how to be ready in case a storm threatens the area. The free event will be repeated at...
  • BOOKS

    BOOKS
    'The Time Traveler's Wife': As part of the Broward Public Library's Adult Summer Reading Series, there will be a discussion of Audrey Niffenegger's "The Time Traveler's Wife" that will be led by Helene Palmer. If you don't remember the 2003 novel then...
  • Yorktown native to lead mystery conference

    Yorktown native to lead mystery conference
    Award-winning mystery and science fiction author Donna Andrews, whose titles "Murder with Peacocks" and "Revenge of the Wrought Iron Flamingos" are set in her native Yorktown, has been named toastmaster of the 2014 Deadly Ink Mystery Conference. The...
  • Authors chat with visitors on subjects ranging from war to mental illness

    Willington Public Library visitors recently had the opportunity to talk with 10 Connecticut authors, all members of the American Authors & Publishing Guild, at a kick-off event for the library's summer reading program. It was a different way to mark...
  • The science of summer fun at Lehigh Valley libraries

    Ayden Rojas of Bethlehem knows what he wants to do when he gets older. "When I'm 18, I'm going to the moon," the 6-year-old says confidently. Lehigh University physics professor Gary DeLeo seeks to ignite the imaginations of Rojas and about 20 other...
  • 'Jar it in July' at Gloucester Library

    This month the Gloucester Library is hosting “Jar it in July.” Library staffers Susan Appel and Ginny Snowden will demonstrate “inventive” ways to get creative with mason jars. The program will be presented at the Main Library on...
  • Summer programs at the library

    SOUTH WINDSOR- The South Windsor Public Library will accept registration beginning on July 14 for the following programs. Call 860-644-5404 for registration information. Bats!: Jerry Schneider will present a nature program for Kindergarten through 5th...
  • Friends to hold book sale

    SOUTH WINDSOR - The Friends of the South Windsor Public Library will hold a Bag of Books Sale July 16 - 19, at the South Windsor Public Library, 1550 Sullivan Ave. Buy a bag provided by the Friends for $8 and fill it with good used adult and children's...
  • Lower Mac library hosting book discussion, movie night

    The Lower Macungie Library will host a discussion of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 16. The group will meet inside the Lower Macungie Library, located at 3450 Brookside Road. Registration is required for the event,...
  • Museum passes

    TOLLAND- Tolland Public Library offers many free or reduced admission passes to area museums and attractions. Passes may be reserved in advance and are permitted to be circulated for three days. Passes can be checked out with an up-to-date Tolland adult...